Are we en route to losing the fight to ensure stability in cyberspace?

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French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, INTERPOL, Kaspersky

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Some would say that – yes, finally, this strange year of 2020 year is nearing its end and hopefully next year will be less stressful for all of us (and we’re certainly among those saying it ). But still, this year was an important one for those who work to ensure that all things cyber are stable, secure and safe. Just before the holiday season starts, we gathered for the first in a series of multi-stakeholder Community Talks on Cyber Diplomacy to review 2020 and, particularly, discuss if we as a global community might be heading toward losing the fight against cyberthreats. Are we a step closer to reaching stability in cyberspace or not? Should we close the 2020 chapter on a pessimistic or optimistic note? Are we losing or winning the fight to ensure stability in cyberspace? We gathered cyberdiplomats, cybersecurity researchers, the technical community, academia, and law enforcement professionals, who all help fight cyberthreats but from different angles. We discussed three questions: What we do well and what are the best practices; Where we failed or are failing; and What, accordingly, should the priorities be for further work. We shared what we know, asked about what we don’t know, and talked and discussed to learn from each other as to how to best keep cyberspace a comfortable and secure place for all of us. Speakers of this community talk were: Camille Morfouace-de Broucker, French diplomat and policy advisor on cyber issues at the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs (@CMorfouace); Craig Jones, Director of Cybercrime, INTERPOL (@INTERPOL_Cyber); and Pierre Delcher, Senior Security Researcher of the Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT), Kaspersky (@securechicken). Watch the recording of the session here.

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